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  1. Member
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    Hi, I'm just having here a 16:9 NTSC DVD video source.
    My goal is to restore the orginal video format.
    Is there a way to change the PAR or SAR values without re-encoding the whole video?
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  2. If you just want to adjust AR (e.g. if it wasn't set properly in the first place), you can try restream or dvd patcher. But any restoration efforts will require re-encoding
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    Ahhh, restream seems to be good enough for this purpose.
    Would be quite desirable to have a programm that could demultiplex and change it to 1:1 in one step^^
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    DVD video is never "1:1". None of the available pixel aspect ratios give square pixels.

    Cheers,
    David.
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    Ok so then wht do I do when I change it to square pixels...I know the DVD doesn't have that setting...but what you are saying is just a little confusing to me o.o
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  6. Originally Posted by Weef
    Ok so the wht do I do when I change it to square pixels...
    You resize and reencode. DVDs are only 4:3 or 16:9, never 1:1.
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    Well, it seems to have worked with restream
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